I’m glad you opened the doors

Who let him in?

Now my kid can get dressed up and made up like a pirate, albeit a cursed one, and he can go drive around like a maniac while reaching a top speed of 7.5 mph around a 4/10 mile course.

You wanted to sleep in, but I’m glad you opened the doors so we could get in the park.

You wanted to sleep in, but I’m glad you stayed late the night before to fix any issues that arose during the day.

You wanted to sleep in, but we needed someone to cover for another driver who wanted to visit his mom at the hospital.

You wanted to sleep in, but you saw two guests stranded and lost and they needed a ride to their hotel. Even though it wasn’t on your route but close by, you told them you would drive them over after he made his scheduled delivery. Thank you Sherman. You are a true gentleman.

From yesterday’s post, thank you Carolyn for getting the conversation started. Now everyone is going to find you to help them. šŸ™‚

When you leave the door opened and unattended, you never know who will come in. But if the door is manned he can direct the errant customer/guest to the right place.

All somebody needs is an open door.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to I’m glad you opened the doors

  1. Patty Hebert says:

    What a blessing it is to reach out and help another person. To see Christ in the people around you. It’s a gift.

  2. Jeff Noel says:

    David, enjoy reading your blog each morning. Thank you for your perspective. Joyful.

Comments are closed.